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It’s easy for new investors to become befuddled with the bewildering array of data that’s available online. To make matters worse, different websites calculate common facts and figures in different ways. Today I’m going to focus on some of the most ...
moneysense.ca · 6/25/2015
Despite the fact that the market is leaning toward the Federal Reserve raising interest rates at some point this year, yields on Treasury debt, especially the closely watched 10-year note, have plummeted. A new research note from RBC points out that when ...
24/7 Wall ST · 2/2/2015
Yes, the stock yields are lower than what junk pays, but junk is very pricey today—as witnessed by the record low yield -- while there are plenty of high yield stocks trading at fair, if not, undervalued levels. Two years ago, income seekers ready to ...
YCharts · 5/23/2014
However, there’s one corner of the market that’s conspicuously absent from the above chart: preferred stocks. They’re perhaps the only higher-yielding assets which are truly out-of-favor. Because they’ve been overlooked during this high-yield ...
Wall Street Daily · 5/21/2015
Some investment experts are strongly recommending dividend yield strategy these days. They argue that picking up stocks that quote at high dividend yield — obtained by dividing the dividend declared by the current market price of the stock — is a great ...
Economic Times · 8/26/2013
Most investors don't realize it, but IBM is one of the highest-yielding stocks in America right now. Last year, IBM paid investors a cash yield of about 11.1%. It'll likely pay a similar cash yield this year... Although this yield is huge – and about the ...
Daily Wealth · ByDan Ferris · 9/10/2014
Dividend-yielding stocks can provide capital appreciation and protection for the investor’s portfolio along with an increasing annual dividend yield. Three of the top dividend-yielding stocks for July are Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE:BMY), The ...
Wall Street Sector Selector · 6/25/2015
There is no denying that equity investing is fraught with inherent dangers. Especially so, when markets are unpredictable. Last week's correction in the markets, after the index touched 7900 in the previous week has again forced players to look at ...
Rediff India Abroad · 8/29/2005
It is anticipated that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates very soon in spite of concerns about the lower-than-expected growth of the U.S. economy. Therefore, an increase in interest rates could negatively affect the slow-growth stocks that ...
INSIDER MONKEY · 6/29/2015
But let's say you're examining a stock that has a low dividend yield, say 1% or less. What does that tell you about the stock? The most popular explanation is that the company is still in rampant growth mode. The idea is that it has so many promising ...
usatoday30.usatoday.com · 4/26/2007